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Officials trained to up output

Officials trained to up output

The National Productivity Centre (NPC) has trained 30 coordinating teachers, some of whom are government officials in the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy, to provide training to entrepreneurs on developing their products using modern technology with a seminar called Pathway to Business Excellence.

NPC President Yea Bunna said the 30 coordinating teachers are trained on techniques to increase the quality of products through modern production techniques in order to aid enterprises in their development.

“After training, they will become consultants and trainers for craftsmen or enterprises in need of development. At the moment we are conducting a survey to see whether or not the business owners can share the costs of such training,” he said.

Small and medium-sized enterprises in Cambodia still face some issues in developing that affects regional integration, he said.

To contact the reporter on this story: Rann Reuy at [email protected]

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